I’m fine with meeting up without talking on the phone first.” If they push for a phone call, I’d just stop responding. If someone isn’t willing to take an hour out of their schedule to meet you for a drink or a coffee, then they shouldn’t be dating online.The more boxes someone needs to check off before they’ll take things offline, the more likely it is that they’ll be difficult to date. In general, people are talking on the phone less these days.You don’t want to just be one of her many orbiters who’s always asking her out; you want to be someone whom she to seeing in person.And if you’re dripping with flop-sweat and stammering nervously every time you have to pick up the phone to call a girl, you’re never going to be that guy.I always thought that if a girl likes to talk to you on the phone for long periods, it means something.But I don' t know..says she likes talking to me for long periods because I listen, and understand her.
anyway…” If you’re the sort of person who gets nervous talking to someone you like on the phone – whether it’s for the first time or the fortieth time – then the best thing you can do is warm up before hand. Just as you wouldn’t want to start running a 5k cold or to start pumping out reps on the bench press the minute you roll into the gym, you shouldn’t stress calling that new number without getting yourself into a more relaxed, easy-going headspace first.
It could be that these guys are suggesting a phone call because they think most women need to complete that step in order to meet off line.
If you’re not comfortable taking on the phone, you can just reply and say, “That’s not necessary.
A lot of guys, geeks especially, can feel somewhat intimidated by calling the girl they like.
Believe me, I can understand; I’ve been there enough times, when the adrenaline surges as you’re punching the numbers and you heart pounds as the phone rings and you find yourself silently praying for a voice mail instead of a live voice on the other line.